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Star Trek: TOS – The Complete Series Megapack DVD Set Now Available for Pre-order October 8, 2015

by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,DVD/Blu-ray,TOS Remastered , 24 comments


It may be just another Star Trek DVD box set to add to your collection, but the TOS Megapack is one you might want to invest in. The 25-disc set, which is now available for pre-order and ships November 3rd, contains all 79 episodes of the original series, remastered to absolutely stunning quality, alongside a trove of previously released bonus material. What’s more is that this baby is available on Amazon for a measly $54.88 USD.

Shuttle Pod – The Podcast Now on iTunes + Episode 2: How Well Has TNG Aged? September 30, 2015

by Staff , Filed under: Shuttle Pod,TNG , 73 comments


The Next Generation may not be celebrating an important milestone (like VOY’s 20 years this year or TOS’s 50 years next year), but we felt it was time to take a look back at what is arguably the most commercially successful incarnation of the Star Trek franchise.

This week, Brian and Jared are joined by Kayla Iacovino to talk about The Next Generation. How does it stand up to a modern audience? If you were to remake TNG for 2015, what would you change? What would you keep the same? The trio dive into topics such as characters, story lines, message, and even costumes, set dressings, and hair styles. And starting today, you can listen to the podcast on iTunes or on Pocket Casts!

The “Enterprise 3D Project” offers a virtual tour of the Enterprise-D September 22, 2015

by Brian Drew , Filed under: TNG,Trek Franchise , 73 comments


The “Enterprise 3D Project” is an ambitious work that means to build the Enterprise-D in virtual form, and we have an amazing clip to share.


Introducing Shuttle Pod – The TrekMovie Podcast: V’Ger v. Nomad September 11, 2015

by Staff , Filed under: Feature Films (TMP-NEM),TOS, , 76 comments


A few months ago, TrekMovie writer Jared Whitley made a casual comment that the TOS episode “The Changeling” was better than Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Fellow TM writer Brian Drew picked up the gauntlet Jared threw down, and the two decided to debate the respective merits of the two tales, which are similar in plot if not in tone, theme, or scope.

To carry out the debate, we have inaugurated Shuttle Pod: The TrekMovie Podcast. Let us know in the comment section what you think about the debate and the idea of TM podcast in general.

Video Review – 1:537 USS Enterprise Cutaway model from Round 2 September 9, 2015

by Robert Lyons , Filed under: Merchandise,TOS,Trek Franchise , comments closed

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With the three-day holiday weekend now behind us (at least in the US), perhaps a new kind of labor is in order – one that involves plastic, hobby knives, styrene cement, and some spray paint. Marking 49 years of Star Trek, TrekMovie takes a look at the latest release from Round 2 Models, a take on the beauty that started it all, the 1:537 U.S.S. Enterprise Cutaway in this video preview of the kit.

Larry Nemecek’s “On Speaker” series celebrates Voyager’s 20th Anniversary with a new release September 4, 2015

by Brian Drew , Filed under: History,Merchandise,Trek Franchise,VOY , comments closed


Longtime Trek author Larry Nemecek (Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion,  Stellar Cartography: The Starfleet Reference Library) is releasing the fourth volume in his “On Speaker” audio series in celebration of Voyager‘s 20th anniversary.

Syfy’s Face Off tackles Star Trek September 1, 2015

by Bill Watters , Filed under: This Week In Trek,Trek Franchise,Trek on TV,Uncategorized , comments closed
Michael Dorn joins the judges as they inspect the contestants final creations.

Michael Dorn joins the judges as they inspect the contestants final creations.


We’re into the ninth season of Syfy’s Face Off, which continues to be the network’s highest rated unscripted series. This week’s make-up theme is Star Trek, so I was eager to see where they took the challenge. The episode is in the series typical two challenge format, however this time the way they tie it back to Star Trek is that in the first round the contestants have to create an alien design based on a different background assigned to each person, and in the second they’re tasked to update it for a Next Generation era feel.


Propworx VI auction arrives at Star Trek Las Vegas August 6, 2015

by Bill Watters , Filed under: Collectibles,DS9,This Week In Trek,TNG,VOY , comments closed


Propworx will be holding the next installment of their Star Trek Auction series this weekend as part of Creation Entertainment’s Star Trek Las Vegas convention. With interest in Star Trek as keen as ever by both serious collectors as well as first time buyers, and happening in the midst of Creation’s flagship annual event, bidding is expected to be fast and furious this weekend.


William Shatner’s TNG documentary “Chaos on the Bridge” debuts online July 1, 2015

by Brian Drew , Filed under: TNG,Trek Franchise,Trek on TV , comments closed


William Shatner’s documentary about the tumultuous early years of Star Trek: The Next Generation goes straight to the web, and we’ve got the details.


Will #WeWantWorf Have Us All Saying “QAPLA!” To A New Trek Series? June 22, 2015

by Jared Whitley , Filed under: DS9,TNG,Trek Franchise , comments closed


Michael Dorn wants to put Worf in the center seat, and he’s asking fans for their help.

Nichelle Nichols Suffers Stroke [UPDATE 2] June 4, 2015

by Kayla Iacovino , Filed under: Celebrity,TOS , comments closed


Nichelle Nichols (Uhura of Star Trek The Original Series) suffered a mild stroke while in her LA home last night. She is currently undergoing testing, with no word yet on how severe the stroke was. We will bring you updates as they are reported.

[UPDATE] CAT scan results are back and Nichelle is reported to be in good spirits.

[UPDATE 2] MRI results are back indicating the stroke was minor. Nichelle starts therapy today and is reportedly bright and cheerful


CBS’s TV Domination Means Trek Might Only Return As A Sexy Procedural May 29, 2015

by Jared Whitley , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Editorial,Trek on TV , comments closed


Regardless of how much you and I want to see Star Trek return to the TV, we aren’t the ones who control the latinum.

Reflections On 10 Years of Trek-less TV May 13, 2015

by Jared Whitley , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,ENT,Trek on TV , comments closed


Once a franchise has been around as long as Star Trek – and seen so many highlights – the opportunity for milestones multiply like Tribbles on their honeymoon. 2012 was the 25th anniversary of TNG. 2013 was the 20th anniversary of DS9. This year is the 20th anniversary of VOY. Next year is the 50th anniversary of TOS.

BUT TODAY is actually a milestone of a low-light: the 10th anniversary since a new episode of Star Trek aired on TV.

Grace Lee Whitney passes away May 4, 2015

by Brian Drew , Filed under: TOS,Trek Franchise , comments closed


TrekMovie is saddened to report that actress Grace Lee Whitney, who portrayed Janice Rand in the original Star Trek series and in many of the movies and spinoffs, died of natural causes on May 1 in Coarsegold, California.  She was 85.


Activate the Omega 13: Galaxy Quest Coming (Back) to Television!? April 22, 2015

by Jared Whitley , Filed under: Trek on TV , comments closed


When it comes to seeing Trek come back to TV, the right attitude is “Never give up, never surrender.” But perhaps not in the way you’d expect. At least that’s the takeaway from the rumor that Paramount Television is trying to sell a TV spin-off of Galaxy Quest.

TrekInk: Review of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #5 + Preview April 7, 2015

by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,Sci-Fi,TOS , comments closed

IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios present the conclusion of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive this week. Kirk and Kor show the apes how it’s done; Taylor makes a decision; and the apes prove that deft hands with opposable thumbs are good survival tools. Spoiler review after the break.


Spockboy video – Sepia Trek April 5, 2015

by Matt Wright , Filed under: Feature Films (TMP-NEM),TOS,Viral Video/Mashup/Images , comments closed


Long time TrekMovie readers will remember our friend Paul “Spockboy” Sibbald for his hilarious TOS gag edits of episodes. He let us know there was a new creation up on his YouTube channel for our viewing pleasure. He says he was inspired by:

the gentlemen who took pictures of the original Enterprise model and Photoshopped them into scenes from the various Star Trek films. That story, plus the recent very sad death of Leonard Nimoy, inspired me to create this video. It is the sequence from Star Trek III when the crew steals the Enterprise. In this video however it is the TOS crew (and ships) and is done as a 1927 silent film. It is certainly unique and I think you’ll like it. It was shot completely with models and required a great deal of rotoscoping to make it work.

There’s some major TOS love in this one, Matt Decker is sent after Kirk in this version of events, and there’s a fun homage to the first Sci-Fi silent film – Méliès’ A Trip to the Moon.

Click through for the full video.


TrekInk: Review of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #4 + June 2015 Solicits and More March 23, 2015

by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,Sci-Fi,TOS , comments closed

IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios have released the penultimate chapter of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive. The gorillas are on the move. Kirk is on the move. When will Kor make his move? Spoiler review after the break!


TrekInk: Review of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive #3 + 7-Page Preview March 3, 2015

by Mark Martinez , Filed under: Comics,Review,Sci-Fi,TOS , comments closed

IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios present the next installment of Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive this week. Taylor is loose on the Enterprise and General Marius is ready to ride. Spoiler review after the break.


We Are Assembled Here Today To Pay Final Respects To Our Honored Dead: Celebrating Leonard Nimoy February 27, 2015

by Jared Whitley , Filed under: Nimoy , comments closed


When Captain Picard reveals his unfortunate duty of informing Spock that his father, Sarek, has died, Data posits that Spock – as a Vulcan – would surely see death as the logical conclusion of his father’s illness. Picard explains that death is never that easy, not even for a Vulcan.

And for those of us who loved one Vulcan in particular, it’s not easy at all.

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